AM combinations tested as of 20/3/06 *INTERNAL ONLY*

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For further info on any of the below contact Neil French.


1. Windows Server 2003 SP1 + Exchange 2003 SP2 + IIS 6.0 (NFFE, NFFIIS; inc. DRM testing)

2. Windows 2000 Server SP4 with Update Rollup 1 + Exchange 2000 SP3 + IIS 5.0 (NFFFS, NFFE, NFFIIS)

3. Windows Server 2003 SP1 + MSDE 2000 SP4 + IIS 6.0 + Sharepoint Services 2003 SP2 (NFFSQLS, NFFIIS, NFFShpt; inc DRM testing)

4. Windows Server 2003 SP1 + IIS 6.0 + Sharepoint Portal Server 2003 SP2, with SQL Server 2000 SP4 on a remote server (NFFIIS, NFFShpt)

5. Windows Server 2003 SP1 + MSDE 2000 SP4 + SQL Server 2000 SP4 + SQL Server Express 2005 + SQL Server 2005 + IIS 6.0 (NFFSQLS, NFFIIS; inc DRM testing)

6. Windows 2000 Server SP4 + Exchange 2003 SP2 + SQL Server 2005 (NFFE, NFFSQLS)

7. Windows 2000 Server SP4 + BlackBerry 3.6, with SQL Server 2000 SP4 on a remote server (NFFFS, NFFBES). Repeated using BlackBerry 4.0

8. Windows Server 2003 SP1 + SQL Server 2000 SP4 + BlackBerry 4.0 (NFFFS, NFFSQLS, NFFBES; inc DRM testing). Repeated using BlackBerry 3.6

9. Windows 2000 Server SP4 with Update Rollup 1 + SQL Server 2005 + IIS 5.0 (NFFFS, NFFSQLS, NFFIIS)

12. Windows 2003 R2 (NFFFS; inc DRM testing)



10 / 11 were Progress 9.1D on Windows 2000 and 2003 respectively. I think these are still awaiting for us to assign the resource to test them. Progress ended up being left off the V4.6 schedule because time was so short, and there were so many scenarios to cover.



We chose these selections with some care, to try to represent real-world scenarios:



1. This was Exchange + IIS. There is / was some overlap between the protected services for these apps, and we needed to test that the interaction between the AMs didn’t break anything.

2. Same as 1, but a different OS; plus we added NFFFS to represent mail / web / file server on the same box.

3. A default install of Sharepoint Services 2003

4. A distributed install of SPS with a remote SQL Server database

5. Every flavour of SQL Server we could think of (using both named and default instances), plus IIS, which would be used to run SQL Server Reporting Services

6. Exchange and SQL Server on the same box

7. Blackberry on Windows 2000 (doubling as a file server) with a remote SQL Server database

8. Blackberry on Windows 2003 (doubling as a file server) with a local SQL Server database

9. SQL Server 2005 + IIS on a box which is also a file server

12. A simple Windows 2003 R2 case

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